Brands like Asus and Xiaomi have recently come up with high-end gaming laptops, setting a new trend in the market. Taiwanese brand MSI joins the suit now, bringing four gaming laptops running Windows 10.
MSI announced its brand new GS65 Stealth Thin that’s powered by Intel’s 8th-gen Core i7 processors and 15.6-inch 144Hz display with 4.9mm thin bezel. Having an 82% screen-to-body ratio, it packs advanced features within smallest possible dimensions. A stylish golden diamond-cutting design would steal the heart of any gamer.
The pack further includes MSI Cooler Boost Trinity cooling design and GEFORCE GTX 10 series graphics. It provides an amazing 7ms response time, weighs only 1.8kg and has a height of 17.7mm. The device also houses 8+ hours of battery life.
The highlight would be the Per-Key RGB Keyboard by SteelSeries and Dragon Center 2.0. These keys can be customized, and real-time game status can be enjoyed via keyboard lighting. There are 16.8 million colors in the animated effects, where the lighting is implemented only for frequently used keys.
MSI’s flagship GT series gaming laptops bring more wonders for the gamers. Intel Core i9 overclocked processors, NVIDIA SLI graphics cards and RGB keyboards together make up the basic pack, along with Samsung’s DDR4-2666 ultra-speed memory module.
The three laptops of this series are GT75 Titan, GT83 Titan, and GT63 Titan. GT75 possesses the brand’s Cooler Boost Titan cooling design, fully unlocked hexa-core i9 performance, 10Gbps Killer Ethernet and Killer Wireless-AC 1550.
GT83 aims at providing ‘full desktop gaming experience in a mobile powerhouse.’ It bears a Cherry MX Speed Silver switch keyboard, exceptional cooling design and GeForce GTX 1080 SLI graphics.
GT63 is built upon the already popular GT62 series, evolving in both aesthetic and performance. It packs GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, per-key RGB SteelSeries gaming keyboard, and the similar customizable feature of 16.8 million colors like the GS65.
Let us know which one of the four excites you the most, and why. Stay with us to get more updates on the gaming laptops that are to come.